Twenty-one outstanding graduate students have been selected as recipients of the 2022-23 UW–Madison Campus-Wide Teaching Assistant Awards, recognizing their excellence in teaching.
Join the Learning Analytics Community of Practice
Held on the second Friday of each month from noon to 1 p.m., the LA CoP is designed to connect colleagues across campus in sharing interests and experience with learning analytics – generating actionable data that can improve teaching and learning.
Register now for The Discussion Project In-Person Course for August 2023
The Discussion Project has new courses open for August 2023. A free series, The Discussion Project supports UW–Madison instructors and leaders in designing and implementing discussion for groups of 40 or fewer. The course consists of three consecutive days of training with a total of 1.5 hours of outside preparatory work. Course 1 runs August 14-16, and course 2 runs August 21-23. Register now!
ChatGPT Q&A – Responding to the pitfalls and potential of artificial intelligence
John Zumbrunnen, the vice provost for teaching and learning, shares how AI has made him think about changes to his own teaching, as well as the resources available to UW instructors.
Registration open for UW–Madison Teaching & Learning Symposium
The annual Teaching and Learning Symposium provides an opportunity for the UW–Madison teaching and learning community to share best practices, celebrate accomplishments, and discuss new learning and teaching practices and theories in a forum dedicated to enriching the student learning experience.
Research Roundtable: Social Justice Writing Pedagogy Across the Curriculum
The Center for Teaching and Research on Writing presents a research roundtable with Emily Bouza, a doctoral student in the English Department’s Composition and Rhetoric program. Bouza will describe a model of Writing Across the …
Registration open for UW System Spring Conference on Teaching & Learning
The theme for this year’s conference is The Joys of Teaching and Learning: Centering Students. Register before March 6 to receive the early bird discount.
Apply now for grants to support undergraduate education at Lakeshore Nature Preserve
The Lakeshore Nature Preserve Committee, an oversight committee for UW-Madison’s 300-acre Lakeshore Nature Preserve, is pleased to announce a small grant opportunity (up to $1000) for undergraduates and faculty, staff and graduate students working with undergraduates to facilitate the use of the Preserve for educational purposes.
Call for proposals: 2023 UW–Madison Teaching and Learning Symposium
Submit your proposal for a presentation or poster at the 2023 Teaching & Learning Symposium on May 18. The theme, “Fostering Belonging, Bridging Divides,” places a focus on cultivating active and inclusive teaching practices, understanding and valuing students’ lived experiences, and building and sustaining welcoming learning environments. Proposals are due by January 31 at tlsymposium.wisc.edu/call.
Call for proposals: UW System Spring Conference on Teaching and Learning
Proposals are being accepted through January 9 for the annual UW System Spring Conference on Teaching and Learning. The theme for this year’s conference is The Joys of Teaching and Learning : Centering Students.